Looking for something fun to do during the week? Want to work off some of that stress from classes? Want to bond with your friends or meet new people? Get involved with intramurals!
Intramurals are easy to join and easy to play. There are activities offered to fit everyone's needs and abilities. Intramural sports offer an expanded variety of team and individual activities for students, staff and faculty. Leagues and tournaments offer opportunities for competitive play in a safe environment, while also providing an opportunity for students to stay active, make new friends and have fun!
All currently enrolled Reinhardt University students and faculty and staff members can participate in Intramural Sports. If asked, participants must be willing to present their Reinhardt University ID card to Intramural Staff before participating in each Intramural contest.
Most intramural sports are held during the week in the afternoon, early evening, and late nights.
For more information about intramural sports, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each player must fill out the Intramural Waiver Form
Intramural Sports – Spring 2015
Ultimate Frisbee Tournament
Thursday, April16 & Thursday, April 23, 6 PM, Intramural Field
In need of some fast-paced action out on the fields? Ultimate Frisbee will deliver exactly that. Played on a field similar to a flag football playing surface, Ultimate teams will have seven players in hopes of completing consecutive passes all the way to the opponent's endzone.
Powder Puff Flag Football Tournament
Date and Time (TBA) , Intramural Field
This women’s only Powder Puff Football Tournament is going to be fun for everyone involved. Flag Football is played using flags so that physical contact is avoided. This tournament will be a great way to exercise while having fun with friends playing America’s most popular sport.
Bubble Soccer Tournament
Wednesday, March 18 & Wednesday, March 25, 6 PM Football Field
Bubble Soccer, as seen on TV, it's all about smashing into each other, bouncing around and rolling across the gym in inflatable bubble like balls. Is anyone keeping score? You'll be laughing too hard to keep tally. As much fun as it is watching people chase a soccer ball, it is hilarious watching the bounce around upside down with their legs in the air. Rules are similar to those played in Indoor Soccer. The exception is that there are no fouls for knocking a player over.